JJCC

AcronymDefinition
JJCCJuvenile Justice Coordinating Council
JJCCJacob Javits Convention Center (New York City)
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15) Ejemplos: GD de JJCC en Espana; Encuentro Ciudadano frances, Entrevista no.
Hector, a young communist who had joined the JJCC in 1968, remembered that 'one time, Ramona interviewed a showgirl .
Indeed, it was the JJCC interviewer who posed the question in the official party press and forced the secretary general of the PCCh to state his opinion on this rarely commented subject.
The author of the letter, a 21-year-old communist man who held a middle level position in one of the local branches of the JJCC, told the magazine about his wife's increasing indifference towards him, which had only grown after the birth of their first child.
In the context of massive youth mobilisation and increasing competition with leftist political groups and esoteric social movements, the JJCC decided to open its gates to inexperienced individuals from different backgrounds.
JJCC will be performing at Chan's 60th birthday celebration on April 6 at the Beijing Worker's Gymnasium.
According to Jane Healy, an educational psychologist from JJCC, research indicates that computer games fuel the development of the basic 'flight or fight' instincts rather than stimulate considered reasoning.
Researchers from JJCC found that computer games involve children sitting isolated in front of a computer screen.